Laboso: Am not at war with Rutto
24 March 2015, 13:54
Nakuru - National deputy Speaker, Joyce Laboso has said that she is yet to make up her mind on whether to contest for the Bomet governorship in 2017.
Speaking Tuesday morning at a Nakuru hotel, Laboso said that even though people want her to go for the seat, she will make the right move at the right time.
"People have told me they want me to go for the seat but at the moment, I will just focus on discharging my duties as a member of parliament for Sotik and as the deputy Speaker. When time comes for the decision to be made, of course I will definitely do that," she said.
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Laboso added that she has no bad blood with Bomet Governor, Isaac Ruto, saying that they have a very good working relationship.
"Governor Rutto is the Governor of Bomet and I respect him and have no differences with him," she said.
Last weekend in Kericho County during a rally attended by deputy President William Ruto, politicians present fronted Laboso's name as the possible replacement for Governor Rutto who has seemingly parted ways with the deputy President.
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